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Did you attempt to re-install the 8.0.2 patch (manually downloaded from the Adobe site)? MXF support is specific to this update and if something broke down, re-installing it might fix the problem. short of that I can only thing of another tool (Final cut Studio) grabbing a hold of the relevant components and repiping file format handling...
no dice... 8.0.2 patch reinstall didn't help.
i could try using pacifist to force replacement of files if anyone thinks that the patch would not replace files that it thought had already been updated.
my co-worker mentioned that she had allowed the adobe updater to install something a week or two ago, but she doesn't remember what it installed, but she didn't think it was related to ae.
i have the cs3 production premium on that machine, so i can currently import the p2 files in premiere and export as quicktime... but it sure was nice for the few weeks that p2 import worked in my after effects...
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after talking with support for a while, we found the only way to get the p2 import function back was to create a new user account.
there seems to be a problem with permissions somewhere and that was preventing the importp2.bundle from being loaded.
i did try one suggestion from apple's support forum to force a permissions change for everything within just that one user account, but it did not work. next, i'll try to move all the files and directories from the original user account to a new one to see if that helps (i'm not looking forward to having to reset all my settings from the original user account...)